Barking Dogs & A Persistent Caller

Information about the following incidents was supplied by the East Greenwich Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.

Monday, August 27

10:05 a.m. – A Stone Ridge resident complained about dogs barking nearby for more than an hour. Police went to the house with the dogs and saw two beagles. No one was home. Police left a note and waited around for 20 minutes, while the dogs continued barking. The Animal Control Officer reached the owner Tuesday. The owner said they were going to keep the dogs in and have hired a dog walker.

12:12 p.m. – Police arrested Glorydmar DeJesus, 24, of Lenox Avenue in Providence, for driving with a suspended license after she was involved in a car accident at Division Street and South County Trail. She was issued a court summons and released at the scene.

4:50 p.m. – Police arrested Michael Ryan, 43, of Main Street on a failure-to-appear warrant after police saw him sitting on a front porch on Main Street. Police were aware of the warrant and took Ryan into custody. He was processed at the station then taken to the ACI.

10:42 p.m. – A woman told police a woman house-sitting for her daughter’s house on Crompton Road said she saw a suspicious male running from the back of the house who proceeded to leave in a dark-colored SUV that had been parked in the driveway. The house sitter was frightened enough that she left for the night. Police checked out the house and found nothing amiss.

Tuesday, August 28

8:04 p.m. – Police arrested Kenneth Lemoi, 45, of Boston Neck Road in Narragansett, for violating a No Contact order after he and a companion were seen leaving a Lafayette Drive house carrying bags and heading towards the back fields at Cole Middle School. When stopped, Lemoi said the house was his mother’s. Routine checks turned up the No Contact order for his mother against him, so he was taken into custody.

9:40 p.m. – An Exchange Street resident reported receiving numerous calls from an unidentified person, beginning on Aug. 24. The calls weren’t threatening but were annoying, she said. While police spoke with the woman, her phone rang and the same caller’s number came up. Police answered the call and told the man on the other end to stop calling. The man said he now realized he had the wrong number and would not call that number again.

Thursday, August 30

2:11 p.m. – Police arrested Labon Aptt, 33, of Cowesett Avenue in West Warwick, on a bench warrant and for possessing marijuana after the car he was traveling in was stopped on Division Street because of several long cracks on the windshield. Police noticed the car smelled of marijuana. The driver told police it was possible Aptt had some marijuana. Police found a bag of what later tested to be marijuana in the console. Routine checks turned up the warrant against Aptt. He was processed at the station, charged with marijuana possession, then taken to the ACI.

4:56 p.m. – Someone reported there was an unconscious woman in a car parked outside of East Greenwich Farms on Main Street. Police went to the car, which was off, and talked to the occupant. The woman, of Warwick, seemed lethargic and slurred her speech. She had difficulty maintaining her balance when asked to get out of the car. Police told her she wasn’t able to safely operate her car. They contacted her husband, who picked her up.


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